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Last week’s story on Councilmember Cindy Bass’s re-election campaign announcement erroneously stated that Councilmember Kendra Brooks attended the event. It was Councilmember Katherine Gilmore Richardson. more
Conflict over Springfield Township police officers' use of the Blue Lives Matter flag in their union’s logo is playing out in a pending court case, frustrating residents who want to talk. more
This is a story I could not wait to sink my teeth into. more
The property owner of the Keewaydin estate, located at 540 W. Moreland Avenue, has appealed a Court of Common Pleas ruling that prevented the property from being subdivided. more
Woodmere Art Museum has been awarded a $750,000 grant for the Frances M. Maguire Hall for Art and Education redevelopment project in Chestnut Hill. more
Thursday, March 2, 2023 Land Use, Planning, and Zoning Committee Meeting NO agenda items at this time    Thursday, March 9, 2023 CHCA Executive … more
Andrew Wolf, the Springside Chestnut Hill Academy teacher who was arrested in October 2021 on charges related to child pornography, was sentenced to nearly 39 years in federal prison on Thursday. more
The 8th Councilmanic District’s three-term incumbent Councilmember Cindy Bass announced her re-election campaign at Dare to Imagine Church on Saturday to a mostly packed audience of supporters. more
A series of recent news developments suggest that one of Chestnut Hill’s historic buildings may be saved from the wrecking ball while another may yet face one. And the fire-gutted Hiram Lodge faces challenges of its own. more
The following report is for crimes reported in Chestnut Hill and Mt. Airy for the period from Feb. 13 - 19.  more
The Wells Fargo bank, located at 8527 Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill, is scheduled to close on Feb. 22 according to both a sign on the door and a statement from the bank. more
Wesley Wilson worked his way up to Philadelphia from South Carolina, erecting telegraph poles along the route that would eventually lead to his family’s new home. more
The expression “dog days of summer” refers to the hottest, most unpleasant days of summer, but for Andrew Behrendt, any days that have dogs in them are bound to be extremely pleasant. more
The laundry list of repairs is expected to be complete by the first week of March for reopening. more
 Thurs. March 2, 2023: Land Use, Zoning, and Planning Committee Meeting more
Seth Anderson-Oberman, a challenger to incumbent 8th District Councilperson Cindy Bass, formally announced his campaign in Mt. Airy. more
Chestnut Hill, a neighborhood known as an enclave for the privileged, was a refuge for Rudy Miles at what some might call an unexpected time. more
Chestnut Hill resident and entrepreneurial success story Judee von Seldeneck has pledged a $10,000 donation to the Chestnut Hill Community Association. more
The developer behind a potential redevelopment of the historic Germantown Town Hall building unveiled his plans for a mixture of housing and commercial space. more
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